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The Resource Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy, editor, Barry E. Hawk

Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy, editor, Barry E. Hawk

Label
Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy
Title
Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute
Title remainder
international antitrust law & policy
Statement of responsibility
editor, Barry E. Hawk
Title variation
International antitrust law & policy
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CGQ
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2006
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Fordham Competition Law Institute
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Hawk, Barry E.
  • Fordham University
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  • Antitrust law
  • Antitrust law (International law)
  • Competition
  • Arms transfers
  • Defense industries
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations
  • Restraint of trade
  • Cartels
  • Competition, Unfair
  • Industrial policy
  • Industrial policy
  • Monopolies
  • Exclusive contracts
  • Restraint of trade
  • Antitrust law
Label
Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy, editor, Barry E. Hawk
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Fordham Competition Law Institute, 2007."
  • "2006 Competition Law Institute"--Cover
  • "Fordham University School of Law"--Spine
  • Institute held in New York City on September 14 and 15, 2006
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws
  • Claes Norgren
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: the U.S. model - a Canadian perspective
  • Sheridan Scott
  • Preventing and sanctioning anticompetitive conduct: effective use of administrative and criminal sanctions, leniency programmes and private action in the EU
  • Philip Lowe
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: roundtable
  • A. Paul Victor,
  • Thomas O. Barnett,
  • John Fingleton,
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: the U.S. model
  • Leslie W. Jacobs,
  • Philip Lowe,
  • Claes Norgren,
  • Sheridan Scott
  • Industrial policy and competition : developing countries as victims and users
  • Eleanor M. Fox,
  • Dennis Davis
  • Toward the development of a unified trans-Atlantic defense procurement market
  • William E. Kovacic
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy
  • Thomas O. Barnett
  • Neelie Kroes
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy in Mexico
  • Eduardo Pérez Motta
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy: roundtable
  • Ferdinand Hermanns,
  • Eleanor M. Fox,
  • William Kovacic,
  • Philip Lowe,
  • Eduardo Pérez Motta,
  • Christian Stoffaës
  • The fight against cartels: is a "mixed" approach to enforcement the answer?
  • John Fingleton,
  • Marie-Barbe Girard,
  • Simon Williams
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: problems with the U.S. model
  • Leslie W. Jacobs
  • J. William Rowley,
  • Omar K. Wakil
  • International mergers: merger in small economies
  • Walter A. Stoffel
  • International mergers: roundtable
  • Michael D. Blechman,
  • Robert Pitofsky,
  • Walter Stoffel,
  • J. William Rowley,
  • Randolph W. Tritell
  • Coordinated effects in merger review: quantifying the payoffs from collusion
  • Signposts of anticompetitive exclusion: restraints on innovation and economies of scale
  • Herbert Hovenkamp
  • Defining exclusionary conduct under Section 2: the case for non-universal standards
  • Marina Lao
  • The burden of proof in Article 82 cases
  • Emil Paulis
  • The controversy over the proper antitrust standard for anticompetitive exclusionary conduct
  • Steven C. Salop
  • Identifying single-firm exclusionary conduct: from vague concepts to administrable rules
  • Gregory J. Werden
  • William E, Kovacic,
  • General approaches to defining abusive/monopolistic practices: roundtable
  • A. Douglas Melamed,
  • Herbert Hovenkamp,
  • Marina Lao,
  • Emil Paulis,
  • Steven C. Salop,
  • Gregory J. Werden
  • Robert C. Marshall,
  • Leslie M. Marx,
  • Steven P. Schulenberg
  • Efficiency consideration and merger enforcement: comparison of U.S. and EU approaches
  • Robert Pitofsky
  • International mergers: the problem of proliferation
Control code
FIEb13587183
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 597 pages
Isbn
9781578232239
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)123440301
Label
Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy, editor, Barry E. Hawk
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Fordham Competition Law Institute, 2007."
  • "2006 Competition Law Institute"--Cover
  • "Fordham University School of Law"--Spine
  • Institute held in New York City on September 14 and 15, 2006
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws
  • Claes Norgren
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: the U.S. model - a Canadian perspective
  • Sheridan Scott
  • Preventing and sanctioning anticompetitive conduct: effective use of administrative and criminal sanctions, leniency programmes and private action in the EU
  • Philip Lowe
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: roundtable
  • A. Paul Victor,
  • Thomas O. Barnett,
  • John Fingleton,
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: the U.S. model
  • Leslie W. Jacobs,
  • Philip Lowe,
  • Claes Norgren,
  • Sheridan Scott
  • Industrial policy and competition : developing countries as victims and users
  • Eleanor M. Fox,
  • Dennis Davis
  • Toward the development of a unified trans-Atlantic defense procurement market
  • William E. Kovacic
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy
  • Thomas O. Barnett
  • Neelie Kroes
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy in Mexico
  • Eduardo Pérez Motta
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy: roundtable
  • Ferdinand Hermanns,
  • Eleanor M. Fox,
  • William Kovacic,
  • Philip Lowe,
  • Eduardo Pérez Motta,
  • Christian Stoffaës
  • The fight against cartels: is a "mixed" approach to enforcement the answer?
  • John Fingleton,
  • Marie-Barbe Girard,
  • Simon Williams
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: problems with the U.S. model
  • Leslie W. Jacobs
  • J. William Rowley,
  • Omar K. Wakil
  • International mergers: merger in small economies
  • Walter A. Stoffel
  • International mergers: roundtable
  • Michael D. Blechman,
  • Robert Pitofsky,
  • Walter Stoffel,
  • J. William Rowley,
  • Randolph W. Tritell
  • Coordinated effects in merger review: quantifying the payoffs from collusion
  • Signposts of anticompetitive exclusion: restraints on innovation and economies of scale
  • Herbert Hovenkamp
  • Defining exclusionary conduct under Section 2: the case for non-universal standards
  • Marina Lao
  • The burden of proof in Article 82 cases
  • Emil Paulis
  • The controversy over the proper antitrust standard for anticompetitive exclusionary conduct
  • Steven C. Salop
  • Identifying single-firm exclusionary conduct: from vague concepts to administrable rules
  • Gregory J. Werden
  • William E, Kovacic,
  • General approaches to defining abusive/monopolistic practices: roundtable
  • A. Douglas Melamed,
  • Herbert Hovenkamp,
  • Marina Lao,
  • Emil Paulis,
  • Steven C. Salop,
  • Gregory J. Werden
  • Robert C. Marshall,
  • Leslie M. Marx,
  • Steven P. Schulenberg
  • Efficiency consideration and merger enforcement: comparison of U.S. and EU approaches
  • Robert Pitofsky
  • International mergers: the problem of proliferation
Control code
FIEb13587183
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 597 pages
Isbn
9781578232239
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)123440301

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